Dr. Skie was an honors program graduate from the University of Houston in 1979. I attended the University of Houston Medical School at Houston and was awarded a Student-Medical Scientist Fellowship through the National Institute of Health Cancer Center under the mentorship of Stephen Rosenberg, MD, PhD, the Director of the Surgery Section of the NIH. He did his post-graduate training at the University of Texas Affiliated Hospitals in Houston.
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Dr. Skie's Care Philosophy
I provide the best possible comprehensive care for each of my patients, one patient at a time. I spend the time needed by each patient on each visit. I want every visit to make a positive difference for each patient. That includes a better understanding of the patients medical conditions by both me and the patient. It also includes a thorough understanding of the plan of care by the patient. I honor the AMA Bill Of Patient Rights and for each patient to give their informed consent for care.
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Overall Patient Satisfaction
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Skie to family and friends is 3.7 out of 5
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Dr. Skie Says:
I value the information provided by current and former patients when they complete their patient surveys. I am particularly attentive to information indicating areas or aspects of my practice that may need improvement.